It is what it is. Pensive, intriguing, long... Don't make it your first Dostoevsky novel, and certainly don't let it be your last, but give it a chance. Things don't really get going until part two, of course.
The Narration here is excellent. Guidall is a master.
If you had to choose between celery and hot dogs for the rest of your life, which would be the "healthy" choice? The answer may surprise you...
Pollan sets out to establish a guideline for what people should eat, and he's quite successful. This isn't and anti-dieting book, but it's not a guide to "nutrition" either; instead, the book sets out cases and examples that willl make you think twice about the assumptions you have about food (and "food products"), and hopefully will help you figure out how to eat more food and less garbage.
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